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Kentucky attorney general given until Friday to release grand jury recordings in Breonna Taylor case
"That Briana Taylor grand jury recordings will not be released today. Jefferson County Judge has granted a delay in releasing the recording at the request of Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron. The had asked for a one week delay in order to redact personal information information from from more more than than 20 20 hours hours of of recordings. recordings. Judge Judge and and Bailey Bailey Smith Smith has has given given the the attorney attorney general general until until Friday Friday at at noon noon to to hand hand over over the the recordings. recordings. Grand Grand jury jury proceedings proceedings are being made public as part of evidence in the criminal case against former police detective Brett Hankerson, who's charged with wanton endangerment in the raid that led to Briana Taylor's death. Kaylie Hanson News Radio 8 40 Yes,
"hanson" Discussed on The World at Large
"And I know that? Young gentleman want someone who is brave enough to say what they really feel in thank publicly and I wanted a few people I know that we'll do that. Even. At the expense of Ma. Possible. Writing. Career. Has. Trump's presidency further divided his country. I believe Janda Xiao doubt has. I believe he is not the core of the problem certainly in instigator. However without that. So many of us would not have known how band things. Okay. So maybe it was a necessary part of the process. When you comes to reelection. I'm holding say. It he will be the. and. The Biden Kamala will be in all. and. If I had any positive words for your listeners, it be pleased I'm here if a Republican or Democrat, I personally am an independent. Never, ever ever missing election again for the first time in my life, I didn't vote Because I felt like it was voting for the lesser of two evils and so I was going to rise above it. Not Go to. Out, auks biggest mistake ever made him alive. I. Don't think I've been more humiliated that you need decision on made a lot. And I've had a couple of Jesus. So we all need to vote. I believe that. I'm in Harrisville win. Very grateful for the fact that our first female vice president will be. I. Think it's early on I. Think it's time looking forward to it. So, everyone. Get out there vote your conscious. Ms Hanson pleasure having you. Thanks for coming on..
"hanson" Discussed on The World at Large
"This is Chris because. I feel like it comes. From white privilege in people who are willfully ignorant. And what I mean by that is. A father had a saying he only had acreage East. Say once you learn to read and write the rest of you. Responsible for educating. Ourselves. In one thousand, nine, hundred, seventy, six, Gerald. Ford said we need a black history. Nineteen seventy, six, I was born in seventy adding grow with history. Was until I went to college started taking African American history courses that are really started learning about black. History. And I think most people in this country are in the same. They don't know. Until Day take the time and do the due diligence to find out the truth they have no idea what black community is experienced to this day and slavery continued. To this day. Are you referring to the prison system of laws in the Thirteenth Amendment? Absolutely and the fact that black women are paid as much as white women in the fact that when you're black neighbor goes down to the bank, get alone even if his credits or is identical to yours, he's going to be paying several points more interest. If he is even given allow while the stories in. Appearance were selling some property in Alabama over from Georgia that they retired there. And They hit added onto a little brick house put it up for sale and in order what couples Cancun wanted to by. The year was about nine, hundred, ninety eight. So wasn't that long ago. The bank would give the couple alone. Because it was a wide area of town and my father told me this like. A mother Sherman there was nothing wrong with a credit credit whisper sting the bank would not weapon by the home in a wide areas to. Curious this is going on not just in the south it continues to stay in the north is will. It's no big singer called black tax. Everything costing more and they get paid less and yet we wonder whether still living in poverty instead at such a high percentage. BECAUSE OF SYSTEMIC CRISIS So, going back to black history, the sixteen nineteen project, which for those in the audience who are unaware say Your Time's leaves Hod casts which suggests that America was founded in sixteen nineteen, and in our last interview, we had Andrew Roberts on who. Called it. I believe ludicrous. So. What is opinion on the Sixteen Nineteen.
"hanson" Discussed on The World at Large
"So without further ado, please enjoy this episode of Our podcast alarmed by today, we are sitting down with author of racism real reason I left the South Regina Hanson MS, Hanson, how're you doing today? Rain. Hurry guys doing I'm doing great. Pretty good myself. So for those in the audience who have not yet read your book, can you tell us a little bit about it? Absolutely. This is our. It's brave is less than twenty five, thousand words anti initially wrote it. My first thought author is this isn't going to be long enough is it it isn't GonNa be substantial enough. And then I thought about. The fact that our readers are dropping like flies. We don't read as much as we used to, and there's nothing wrong with getting your message out there effectively and efficiently and twenty five thousand words or less. So that's what I did. It starts in nineteen, thirty, six with my father's father being run out of a little town called Georgia. And he was a white male. In. The runs through history predominantly Georgia. In conveys different stories of racism, my parents. Either saw were experienced As, well as what I did in school. Includes a Klan rally in our little small town on Saturday around nine, hundred, eighty six. and. Your stories that are weaved together to give a message that. It's still a problem. We need to overcome it and we can overcome that we can't be blind to it. I really cut my. Myself on a chopping block here. I left no stone. unturned. I questioned myself my own motives, my own weaknesses. When I should have done better when I did. Okay. It's all in there. And I'm very grateful for the fact that the response is opera. See. Have Been. Particularly from the buck community. which was sern. And they said, we really appreciate your honesty and the fact that you dove in headfirst. And left nece terms. Are So. Just. To recap the wide, did you write this book and more specifically what inspired you to write it? Excellent Questions Josh on this campus, my entire life, these stories or festering in my soul if you will right and to give you an idea of how long I'll be fifty in a few weeks. So. These were always there. and. I wanted to put them in a book but I thought author we're to be in a different memoir in a very dear friend of mine from national. Tennessee said to me Gene Abou that turned it named for me. These don't work in the story you're.
"hanson" Discussed on The World at Large
"So without further ado please enjoy this episode of Our podcast alarmed by today, we are sitting down with author of racism real reason I left the South Regina Hanson, Ms Hanson how're you doing today? Rain Hurry guys doing I'm doing great. Pretty good myself. So for those in the audience who have not yet read your book, can you tell us a little bit about it? Absolutely this is in our. It's brave is less than twenty five thousand words anti initially wrote it. My first thought author is this isn't going to be long enough is it? It isn't gonNA be substantial enough. And then I thought about. The fact that our readers are dropping like flies. We don't read as much as we used to, and there's nothing wrong with getting your message out there effectively and efficiently and twenty five thousand words or less. So that's what I did. It starts in nineteen thirty, six with my father's father being run out of a little town called Georgia. And he was a white male. In the runs through history predominantly in Georgia. In conveys different stories of racism, my parents. Either saw were experienced. As well as what I did in school. Includes a Klan rally in our little small town on Saturday around nine, hundred, eighty six. And Your stories that are weaved together to give a message that. It's still a problem. We need to overcome it and we can overcome that we can't be blind to it. I really cut my. Myself on a chopping block here. I left no stone unturned. I questioned myself my own motives, my own weaknesses. When I should have done better when I did. Okay. It's all in there. And I'm very grateful for the fact that the response is opera. See. Have Been. Particularly from the buck community. which was sern. and. They said, we really appreciate your honesty. And the fact that you dove in headfirst. And left nece terms. Are So. Just to recap the, why did you write this book and more specifically what inspired you to write it? Excellent Questions Josh on this campus, my entire life these stories were festering in my soul if you will right and to give you an idea of how long I'll be fifty in a few weeks. So these were always there. and. I wanted to put them in a book but I, thought author we're going be in a different memoir in a very dear friend of mine from national. Tennessee said to me Gene Abou that turned it names for me. These don't work in the story you're.
Breonna Taylor's family demands to see evidence from grand jury
"Taylor's family is calling on Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron to release the full transcript of the grand jury proceedings. The family's attorney has been Crump did he present any evidence Briana Taylor's behalf or did he make a unilateral decision to put his phone? On the scales of justice. The Taylor family spoke publicly today for the first time since yesterday's release of the grand jury report. I'm Haley Hanson
Driver Arrested After Chicago Police Say He Plowed Through Barricade, Slammed Into Officer In Hanson Park Neighborhood
"Chicago police officer was hit by a car that blew through a police barricade on the northwest side more on that from W. G. M's Pam Jones, the officer was standing behind the barricade in the 2100 block of North Central Avenue Tuesday night when a Kia came barreling through the intersection. The officer suffered leg injuries and is expected to recover. The driver was arrested. No word yet on charges. The crash was captured on surveillance video obtained by the website. C W B Chicago
Colon cancer: Understanding the disease that killed "Black Panther" star Chadwick Boseman
"Boseman is highlighting the racial disparities off colon cancer. Which is more prevalent and deadlier for African Americans. The death of Black Panther's star Chadwick Boseman at age 43 from colon cancer hit many people hard Why him? And why not me? Like Bozeman, CBS News contributor. Abram ex Candy was diagnosed with colon cancer in his thirties. After experiencing months of symptoms. I thought I was healthy. My wife Civica did not more or less ordered me to get a colonoscopy. And I would not be here right now. From 2012 to 2016 colorectal cancer rates and black people were 20% higher than whites and for colorectal cancer death rates. That number jumped to 40% higher. Tom Hanson,
California wildfires: Trump declares major disaster
"In Northern California have been dealing with high winds and low humidity. The largest fire is just 21% contained. President Trump has offered his support to California's firefighters and those affected by the huge fires. Our hearts go out to the thousands of families who have lost their homes as we grieve for the families of two first responders. And five residents who have tragically lost their lives in a very horrific fire jump, has approved a major disaster declaration for the state and says he has spoken with the governor. Now. One of the houses that burned down in the Vacaville area was a couple's dream house that they spent decades building. Hank Hanson says he won't rebuild the house He and his wife lived in for 30 years, but He says he will return to water. His tomatoes.
Weight Loss And News
"Hello Hi and welcome to another mini show the gun show. That's right. It's time for a few bullet points and I wanted to start off by saying that it's a real pleasure recently that I've actually been asked to be a guest on some other podcasts. So I wanted to tell you a little bit about those in case you wanted to hear. Me Answering the questions as opposed to asking them. Now, you may have heard live conlon on the podcast a few weeks ago. She's the twenty one year old entrepreneur. He had built a business by the time she was nineteen that was worth one million pounds. So she came on my show off the recorded, an episode of Harpo cost thought leaders chat and. That's why you can find grilling me about my career media how working on a celebrity magazines shaped my career journalism, how being courted by brands and flown all over the world affected me and much more is really instincts chapter she good questions. I will put the link in the show notes, but if type live conlon or thought leader into your preferred. pocos platform you should find it pretty easily. Another show I, was a guest on recently was clary brokerages. Poe caused the com- Poe cost and I've known Khloe for a few years now and do you may remember you're a longtime listener she appeared on the show back in two thousand and sixteen, and it was so interesting to sit and chat with her. Own hypocaust and she's also appeared recently, I mustn't forget on feel good habits. So it's really nice to have a chat with slightly different dynamic and we talked about mental health emotional wellbeing getting stuck in this feeling of being a victim and why I think therapy has been so helpful for me personally, and in that episode, we also discussed my emotional relationship with food as well as how having an unhealthy relationship. With my body affected me and the steps taken recently to comment which I'm sure you're all aware of so to poke costs that I wanted to put on your radar but while we're talking about having unhealthy relationship with food or maybe a having. A toxic relationship with your body or not feeling comfortable in your own skin. I thought we would revisit that just very briefly because a lot of people have been in touch about that because I have started to be open about it whether it was on instagram on hair and I feel as though I've been pretty honest and transparent about my own experiences. And I'm always very wary about talking too much about weight loss. Because actually. The most I think those conversations tend to be unhelpful if you're listening to it and you're struggling these wait, you feel bad. And if it's not relevant to you, you don't want to hear about it but obviously one of the side effects of tackling unhealthy relationship with food if overeating involved will be weight lost, that's been my experience. I've talked about the book brain over. Binge. By Catherine Hanson a lot and how it affected me and in the last few weeks mainly since I posted the Instagram TV where I talked about my breast reduction one year on which also turned into one of these mid week podcast. But since then I've had so so many messages and as you know it was encouraged. and. Delighted get messages for me but in the last few weeks, there have been so so many and there have been a lot that have asked the same sort of thing in a different way, and that is, what is it in the book that changed your relationship with food And also, some people have criticized with all the books quite repetitive or I not sure when you getting on with the book just tell me what it was the worked for you and I feel for every single person who sends this message because I've been in that place where I just want someone to give me the answer don't want any flat don't tell me give me the magic bullet. Tell me the secret whatever it is. That's where I was very, very many years. Tell me what? To Do to lose weight and I'll do it. That's where I was definitely coming from. But as someone he was on a roller coastal diets fool years it wasn't until I actually addressed my behavior around with food that things change. So it's not a diet hypnotherapy I did so many diets I did so many cleansers, I eliminated food groups I. Did you know I was putting things in the fridge overnight and then drinking them I thank goodness knows what I was. I trust me tried everything. And so this is not a diet. It's not a cleanses little juice fast it's not any of those things and if you're in a place where you feel as though you're on a rollercoaster of Yo Yo dieting then I feel about book brain over binge allows you to look at that relationship with boots from a position that's ever slightly removed. So you just get a bit. More perspective
AI Tries to Save the Whales
"We head to the Pacific northwest to understand the obstacles that confront these endangered orcas and how researchers are using artificial intelligence to help orcas and humans to coexist. WHAT HAPPENED TO J thirty five or Tala wasn't an anomaly the southern resident cavs have been struggling to survive for some time they've been listed as endangered in both the US and Canada since the mid arts. But their numbers continue to fall in two, thousand five there were eight. Now there are just seventy two in the wild one lives in captivity. Their home waters in the sailor, see an elaborate network of channels that span the coasts of Seattle Vancouver from Olympia Washington in the south to the middle of Vancouver Island British Columbia in the north. The see encompasses puget sound the Strait of Georgia and the Strait of Juan De. FUCA. Much of it is rich in natural beauty and teeming with wildlife with rural shorelines backlit by tall evergreens and craggy. Hills. It's a magnet for nature lovers who crave inactive lifestyle, but the Pacific northwest has been getting crowded these paths few decades with people competing for space with the local wildlife as of two thousand twenty. Washington's population was nearly eight million and Vancouver's topped out at about two and a half million and is projected to grow. It's become a busy place. So you see things like Bald Eagles nesting next to satellite dishes in busy parking lots. Big. Ravens Beg for food next to cold press coffeeshops commuters hop on ferry boats here like people in other towns take the train or the car. On these trips they can sometimes spot the southern resident orcas milling about but a lot of the time the orchestra framed by ferry boats or container ships. The area's ports are growing along with the population. In twenty eighteen Porta Vancouver ship activity reached a record high and the port is undergoing numerous expansions. Increased. Commercial ship traffic on top of recreational boat activity is one of the biggest threats facing the whales that live here. This traffic causes numerous problems ships pollute the water, and they're loud under the waves. As we're about to find out the ocean is getting crowded and noisy, and it's negatively impacting the whales. Dr Lance Barrett Lennard is the director of the Marine Mammal Research Program at the Vancouver Aquarium. There's also a lot of heavy vessel traffic that comes in some of the going to the port of Vancouver some of the going to the port of Seattle unfortunately both both major west coast ports. have their roots running through. Southern Resident Critical Habitat. But the obvious problem he says is that more boats increase the chances that Wales will get hit. especially, if the boats are going fast. Whale is far less likely to be hit by ship that's running slow, and if it's running less than ten knots, a good chance to survive even if it is hit, that's just the facts. So regulators started issuing slowdown directives, it few areas these slowdowns are mandatory, but in the Pacific northwest or the orcas live, they remain mostly voluntary. Mariner say they want to avoid the ORCAS but there are business conflicts John? Berg. Is With Pacific, Merchant Shipping Association a Trade Group that represents about thirty shipping lines that do business along the Pacific coast. For a lot of ships. Schedule Integrity. Is. Paramount. and. So they need to be at a certain port at a certain day in a certain time. And so planning is essential especially since coming in late can mean higher fees and lost revenue. Mariners go back and forth about how quiet ships they talk about things like reducing noise by finding optimum speed or by retrofitting or upgrading vessels with more efficient quieter parts. They even say that in some cases slower vessels. Moore of Iraq. Now to researchers, this is a settled question, the faster ship the louder the ship. And it's the noise that is even more detrimental to the ORCAS than ship. Strikes. The underwater cacophony is mostly generated by ship's propeller. It releases vapor filled bubbles. ORCAS like all CETACEANS rely on echo location to communicate, made and find food. For ORCAS, it's how they find salmon as the ORCAS chase salmon they make clicking sounds that they send out into the ocean. The click then bounces off of the salmon and creates an echo, and that's how they know where the salmon are underwater noise pollution specialist. Dr Lindy Wildcard is an adjunct research associate at Dalhousie University in Halifax Nova Scotia Canada. CETACEANS are particularly vocal of the US sounds to find their prey actively using bio sonar. And the various noise sources that humans put into the ocean can affect. Wales and that they are masked, that is the sounds of interests are obliterated by by US adding this sort of acoustics smog of of noise so they can't hear as well. You can actually hear the masking that wildcard is talking about listen to this underwater recording of northern resident orcas who have different dialects from their neighbors, the southern resident or is this recording was provided by Orca lab a nonprofit research center based on Hanson Island near British. Columbia. Canada. Those. SQUEALS ARE ORCA calls. Here's what happens if you overlay their calls with recording of the ship underwater. It drowns out the ORCAS squeals. All you hear is ship noise. That's because the sound created by the ship is at the same high frequency ranges the ORCAS. It's kind of like being at a dinner party where people are talking over each other. But for the ORCAS, the increased sound means they'll lose their seat at the table. If the ORCAS can't hear themselves they can't hear the seminar and so they can't find food. And that can have far reaching impacts that affect the entire population. Their stress hormones can increase. with, noise with the seismic Airgun sounds they also reduce their vocalisations to the point of sometimes falling outright silent, which means they can't communicate with each other and that probably affects mating. If mayors could know where the ORCAS are. They could try to avoid that part of the ocean or at least slow down. So their engine noise doesn't drown the ORCAS OUT Ideally. They'd only have to go slow when the orcas were in the area, but it can be hard for ship captains to confirm where the whales are in fog rain or even under normal circumstances ship captains can't always see them they often miss them. So some conservationists along with the Canadian government installed underwater hydrophones in the Salish Sea along the coast of British Columbia near known ORCA HABITAT, they wanted to be able to track the ORCAS through their echo location calls. But remember how it works. Sound was drowned out by the ship's well, it's not just hard for the orchestra here. It's hard for the humans to. It can take people a long time to listen to all those recordings figuring out what is well sound, and what is this ship fish or other marine life sounds the orcas make noise at all hours of the day and night, and all of that sound even that record overnight has to be listened to by someone. Up. Next. How artificial intelligence can help speed this process up? And maybe find a solution for both the ships and the whales.
Kentucky attorney general meets with Breonna Taylor's family
"General meets with the family of Briana Taylor. Here's Haley Hanson. Attorney General Daniel Cameron met with Taylor's mother to make a Palmer Jr Palmer, Bianca Austin, the family's attorneys, as well as Louisville activists. The attorney general's office says the meeting was an opportunity for Cameron to personally express his condolences to the family. Taylor was killed by Louisville police during a raid at her home back in March. Last week, Cameron said his office was still waiting on ballistic evidence from the FBI crime lab. Haley
6 arrested for allegedly vandalizing state trooper cars along Vine Street during night of unrest in May, Philadelphia
"People from the suburbs into from Philadelphia arrested this morning for allegedly vandalizing state trooper cars. During the night of unrest in center city two months ago. The story from our crime injustice, reporter Christian Joe Hanson say. Police say the group used a scooter hammer skateboards, pry bars and spray paint to destroy to trooper cars parked a long Vine Street near broad on Saturday, May 30th just before 4 p.m. Luke Osman and Steven Anderson from Levittown William be sought from Saturday tonight, and Sammy Riviera and Francisco Reyes from Philly were all taken into police custody. Officers didn't disclose Any of their ages. A juvenile from Croydon has also been arrested. It's unclear how investigators were able to identify the six but according to officials, both the Philadelphia and Bucks County District Attorney office is issued search warrants on the properties. But so far none of the six have been formally charged. Sources close to the investigation say the adults likely face vandalism, disorderly conduct and criminal mischief charges. The investigation into the damage continues. Kirsten Joe Hansen You news radio.
Scientists get closer to blood test for Alzheimer's disease
"To a blood test for Alzheimer's disease. A blood test study was led by Dr Oscar Hanson of Lund University in Sweden. This test actually shows all some seas early on, so also when you only have very minor memory problems, it's very accurate, but the test is on ly for patients showing signs of the disease. I don't think this blood test should be used for screening off healthy individuals. In recent years that we don't have any therapy today that stops slows down by disease in healthy individual. The testing identified people with Alzheimer's versus no dementia or other types of fit with accuracy ranging from 89 to 98%. I'm Shelly Adler,
Blood test could accurately diagnose Alzheimer's, scientists say
"Scientists are getting closer to a blood test for Alzheimer's disease. The blood test study was led by Dr Oscar Hanson of Lund University in Sweden. Test actually shows all some seas early on. So also when you only have very minor memory problems, it's their accurate But the test is on ly for patients showing signs of the disease. I don't think this blood test abuse for screening off healthy individuals and recently is that we don't have any therapy today. That stops slows down the disease in healthy individual. The testing identified people with Alzheimer's versus no dementia or other types of fit with accuracy ranging from 89 to
"hanson" Discussed on Mike Drop
"You know a good swimmer and and a pretty good runner pretty average on the Blake but For me, the hardest part was swimming was growing up in Iowa in a swimming pool was the. Now going out in the open water, that's where I was swimming twice as far as the guys that were good at guiding, yeah, is that you know that's what really separates. I think you know on on the swim when you're an open waters knowing how to how to guide Yep, but but it's it's always fascinated me the the mentality that it takes to compete at this level and in any sport, but especially something where. Were that competition lasting seven or eight hours a minute? It's a remarkable testament to to how you know mentally tough. All you guys are in my hat's off to you. I think it's really neat. What you've done what you continue to have turned turn that into a successful business. Where can people find you in terms of social media and IF THEY WANNA? Get, into being a client of yours etc. Yeah, I try to keep it easy. All my social media stuff's Matt Hanson racing for the racing side of things and our sites Matt Hanson. Try for. For my personal side and then met Hanson Racing for the coaching side of things, so that's website and facebook instagram. So if people want to enlist your services, go there and set up accounts or or just send me a message. Anyway am pretty flexible. One question why storm Lake would benefit youtube to move somewhere. That's a little more yeah I. Get I get asked that one a lot. You know It started there. My wife and I both had a job there and you know. My wife still works at the university there and so You know they treated her well, and so that's rat and. I do have to travel a bit more especially. During the winter, I go down to Florida Clermont train there for a little bit, and you know travel to meet with other people every now and then, but know I don't mind. Giving out the door, executing my training and and just kind of taking the boxes. Once, you hang up a? Pro Level, competition. Do you think you'll just transition into just strictly coaching? That'll be. That's the goal. Is You know obviously a little bit of that depends on how the rest of the career goes you know I I hope I have. A name that's relevant nothing I've been I've been fortunate enough to build a coaching business thing. We got twelve coaches right now. That are working with me and So that's a that's where I wanNA be a Maybe maybe return to to the classroom I. Don't ever anticipate going back full-time. Maybe a national thing if if anybody wants me, but a professor handsome. Yeah, that that I think that ship has sailed, yeah. I can't thank you enough for coming down here and taking time out of which I know is is a busy schedule years to share all this stuff with with us and the listener. It's been fascinating talk and a really neat shit. You have gone on A. Love what you're doing nine hope you keep it up I appreciate it. Thanks for Avenue me here. For for you. The Listener feel free to choke yourself said that today. And more than anything. I want to thank our guest Matt Hanson..
Sweet news: A once a week chocolate fix can be good for your heart
"Ahead. Eat that chocolate because more research says it is good for you. Study in the European Journal of Preventive Cardiology found that eating chocolate at least once a week can lower the risk of heart disease. Study suggests chocolate keeps the heart's blood vessels healthy, but doctors say Don't get too carried away. Reporter Tom Hanson says Dark chocolate is the best. It's full of any oxidants that helped reduce inflammation, improved blood flow and boost mood and concentration. Kia And they also have untold chocolate bar in the comfort that one still has benefits. Researchers say that chocolate bars maintain their potency over least 50 weeks and cocoa beans and powder can remain stable for 75 years.
Huey: The Workhorse of Vietnam Exhibit
"Thought we'd We'd make you switch seats and Hanson and roles in everything Chris and talk about this new. One of one of the new exhibits that's gone into the museum, but a new aircraft for us. It is I'm really excited. It's something that as a rudder head. I've kind of been wanting to see the museum acquire for the last several years, but we were able to. Get A U H One Huey helicopter Totally, excited to see that come in and I I know we're going to get into a lot of the the Riviera of but It was exciting to see it. get trailer it on into us. Well, that's cool, and that of course happened in the midst of all the complications around around covert and those other restrictions, so we'll talk about that in a bit, too, but interesting to me that just with the passage of time with our museum This is something that we have an eagle hangar has traditionally been the venue, or we talk about military history, and we have our warbirds and other artifacts and things. That's been largely focused on World War Two since the advent of the museum, but we've seen F eighty six, an megan there periodically touching into Korea. Thomas More Scout, that sort of his edge, and there's going to cover World War One but this is really our first four into Vietnam, isn't it? Is it is? This is the first aircraft that we have from the Vietnam era Interestingly enough if you go back several years sort of on the gate guard side of things. We actually had a couple sky, raiders, and those are actually on different military bases. Now they were on loan to us but this is the first true aircraft donation to artifact that that we have in in the museum. Proper here and It's really exciting to see that come in because. You know when you if you look back. When Eagle. Hangar was built it was you know it was opened in the nineties, You know. It's about the fiftieth anniversary of world. War Two turn. Now you know were We're focusing never GONNA lose that focus of the World War Two generation that always going to be something special but we are broadening the horizons a bit to make sure we're. Live of experience excellent. Yeah, absolutely excellent, so then I suppose the first obvious question here is. Where did the idea for the Huey Exhibit? Come from was something that you know we've been looking at for a while. And the right opportunity came up or was this sort of a newer like we really need to. Branch out a little bit and feature this part of history as well It's something that that personally I've been pushing for a couple years. I joined the museum team that I think we need to get get a healy and and there are several reasons why that aircraft Early well. We have a Our Museum director is Huey pilot, so it wasn't hard to. To Sell Ron on the idea of. Like, we should have a you hit owed. He's like well. That sounds good to me. Who flew those? Which is true? Yes, exactly exactly, you're listening. So, it was very Once I came back with. Hey, there's more to it than just getting Hughie You know there's a lot of programming that comes with that we could do. There's a lot of artifact display that we could do love storytelling. And I think once once we all sat down and we really took a hard look at it rather than just a the perspective of boy. Wouldn't it be nice to have one We really got into what we could do with it. I think it was. It was kind of obvious we should we should. Try and get one.
The Brain Science of Enlightenment
"Guys today we're GonNa hurt out about what enlightenment or if that word is triggering to you just think of it. As high doses of meditation can do to your brain and more practically how we can derive these benefits. Even if we don't plan to spend decades living in a cave, my guest is Rick Hansen PhD. He's a psychologist and he's the author of a new book. Called Neuro Dharma. We go way into the deep end here for sure, but we are also very down to Earth this discussion. Talking about how anyone including you can reverse engineer enlightenment. That's his term another term that he uses that. Hey, like is that we can. We can have nirvana operationalized in our nervous system. Quick note that this was recorded before the pandemic, but I'm of the view that enlightenment is Evergreen so here. We go with Rick Hansen. The kind of dirty little secret in the growth world is that most positive most beneficial experiences people have useful enjoyable home. Leave no lasting value behind while due to the negativity bias in the brain, negative experiences tend to get lodge. Tried into us, so I've had A. Long standing interest in what could be called taking in the good i. think of it as a really the fundamental process of social emotional learning, and getting more skillful ourselves in helping the experiences were having really land inside based on some understanding of how the nervous system is most effectively changed for the better, and how that boils down in concrete terms, a lot is just stay with the experience for a brother longer rather than channel surfing to onto the next shiny object I. Point So, if you're having a moment where you feel strong or determined or relieved or close to another person. person or you realize how to be more effective with your teenager whatever it might be. Maybe there's a sense of inner peace. Maybe this a sense of self worth. Maybe just enjoy putting your cat in your lap. Stay with it for a breath or longer, so that in the famous saying neurons that fire together wire together so the longer you keep them firing, the more they're gonNA tend to be wiring. Feel it in your whole body second. You know the more the richer the experiences that were embodied it is the more gonNA tend to leave a trace behind, and then also another. Yeezy. Good simple private autonomous thing to do is to focus on what's rewarding about it. Let's enjoyable. What's meaningful about this experience? There are different things that happened in the hardware that occur when you do these practices that increase the conversion of the experience to a lasting change of neural structure or function, and for example when you focus on what's rewarding about it, that increases the activity of dopamine and Norepinephrine in your hippocampus there two of them technically, but people speak of them in the singular, so you have a hippocampus and the pattern of activation, the moment that underlies the experience you're having of. Let's say self, worth or determination or commitment or inner peace The experience they were having the time. If there's increased dopamine in Europe in an activity in the hippocampus at the time based on focusing on what's rewarding enjoyable about it well, the pattern of activation at the time is flagged for prioritization and protection, and during consolidation into long term storage. That's kind of a long way of pudding that if you stay with the sense of enjoying an experience, it's going to more efficiently. Turn into a lasting change in your body. It's going to be more hard wired into your nervous system. So I'm. Reaching for in my own life, and thinking about how I could operationalize this. I love my four year olds probably by the time this goes F. B. Five and I. More than probably will still love him, and snuggling with him feels really good. Yeah for him to yeah well I. Hope Sometimes I feel like coursing and but So that feeling if I can be with it and really take it in all of it in my body, and my mind than that is. It's registering a more lasting way and my nervous system, which then may make me a more warm men, affectionate person generally going forward
Dozens of Marines on Japan's Okinawa Infected With COVID-19
"The governor of Japan's Okinawa is demanding a top U. S. Military commander take tougher prevention measures and more transparency hours after officials were told that more than 60 Marines at two bases have been infected with the Corona virus over the past few days. Okinawan officials reported a total of 61 cases 38 at Marine Corps Air Station Futenma and 23 at Camp Hanson since July 7th, they say, U. S. Military officials told them the two bases have since been put in lock down. Disclosure of the exact figures came on Lee after Okinawa's repeated requests to the U. S. Military governor Denny Tamaki held phone talks with Lieutenant General H. Stacy Clarity, commander of the third Marine Expeditionary Force, to demand the US take stronger
Coronavirus: Florida emerges as new hotspot
"Has become a Corona virus hot spot and reached a grim milestone this weekend, a total of 200,000 confirmed cases. S'more on the troubling numbers from correspondent Tom Hanson, the mayor of Florida's Miami Dade County, says people let their guard down before Corona virus cases began to surge in the Sunshine State. I think that that had a lot to do with Molly socializing young kids going to parties, maybe graduation parties at homes because it's it's been pretty locked down here for some time. The mayor who says protests were also a factor, shutdown county beaches for the holiday weekend and imposed a nightly curfew. Florida, Houston, Texas, Arizona and Los Angeles County are the nation's covert hot spots, with cases soaring by the thousands every day
3 die in New Mexico from drinking hand sanitizer
"The federal government warning the public about the harmful substance in certain hand sanitizers this comes after three people in New Mexico and died from methanol poisoning it's a toxic type of alcohol found in hand sanitizer they they drank the FDA says some brands for Mexico replaced type of alcohol use the most products with methanol and those products have been sold in the U. S. Dr Cyrus Rangan the is is the medical director of the California poison control system tells connects hand sanitizer products can be dangerous when they're not used as directed he says they contain very high concentrations via call and shouldn't be allowed for kids can reach them routine I'm going to tell you that we use contain approximately sixty five to seventy percent alcohol which is about a hundred and twenty two hundred and thirty proof if you wanted to translate that into what we see when we buy liquor and to put that into perspective vodka for example is generally about ninety to a hundred proof so Hanson at Kaiser is much more highly concentrated alcohol then your hard liquors like vodka and you should not be drinking hand
Philadelphia mayor, police commissioner apologize after tear gas used on protesters on I-676
"Fallout from from the the use use of of tear tear gas gas on on protesters protesters on on the the Vine Vine Street Street expressway expressway on on the the New New York York times times video video that that exposed exposed holes holes in in the the explanation explanation from from police police both both the the police police commissioner commissioner and and mayor mayor are are apologizing and announcing changes within the department they want to use crime and justice reporter Kristen Joe Hanson explains first an apology for commissioner Daniel outlaw who at the press conference the day after the tear gas incident said officers acted after there were reports of a trooper trapped on six seventy six and she said any time people take the highway the escalate the situation I relied on information which was relayed to me after the initial deployment of the describing nations and for that I humbly apologize to those who were directly impacted as well as to our communities at large then her deputy commissioner Dennis Wilson who led the operation that day says he's taking a voluntary demotion to chief inspector I and I alone gave the approval to use CS gas I did this based on what I could see from my position and also what I have been hearing on the radio outlaw says she's firing the officer seen on video pulling on the face massive three protesters and spree their faces with pepper spray in addition the investigative packet has been submitted to the district attorney's office for review mayor Jim Kenney followed apologizing for proving the overall use of tear gas but says it was intended for violent situations I want to make it abundantly clear even though I did not authorize the use of tear gas specifically price six seventy six I should also be able to sell the city is now taking proposals from potential independent consultants to review what happened that day and to make recommendations city council members wanna hold investigative hearings understand the breakdown and find solutions for the
"hanson" Discussed on Psychologists Off The Clock
"What's happening in their win? We are as strong as happy as loving and clear as we can ever be. And so what I've done in. My Book is identified seven kind of core qualities That we all experienced one way or another and are really developed. I in the process of what could be called awakening. Broadly across the world's traditions including secular traditions these seven qualities which I'll name and we'll get into and then the book focuses it does. I'm a practical methods guy. on practices. How do you actually practice these ways of being and through practicing them strengthen and stabilize them so increasingly? That's who you are where you go. Yeah I love both that this book in Your Work More. Broadly speaking is really centered in ancient wisdom and modern science. I mean it's such a cool integration of what people have been studying for thousands of years and what we've only more recently been able to explore in the laboratory and that I think just strikes me because this book is so rich both in the ancient philosophy and in the complexities of the modern science. What was it like for you to integrate these two divergent in complicated literatures? Also this is slightly separate question. But I'm curious. How surprised were you to find so many levels of convergence between inch wisdom and modern science while a lot there So as a kind of metaphor drawing background in rock climbing being in the mountains and the opening paragraph of the book talks about an experience I've had in the mountains for a friend WHO's farther path may be a better climber. Maybe someone is more fit the NIAMH. There's a long list of people who more fit than I am. I'm sure but anyway. So my friend turns and when this really sweet gesture beckons me onward with a smile maybe a cautionary note. Watch out for the is. There is a log there you can do it. Quick loafing Hanson. Get up here. Something friendly Up The mountain in much the same way. I think those who have gone as far as you can human potential Saints Sages Teachers and very ordinary people. No one has ever heard of themselves farther up the mountain of awakening turning with that same gesture of welcoming an invitation in an encouragement. And so that's a very fundamental metaphor for me as you approach. The Pinnacle of whatever is possible for human beings in this reality the past converge. And maybe someone began in Jewish tradition. Maybe someone started with second or mindfulness may be someone like myself is really trained in the original teachings of the Buddha whatever your path might be but as you get closer and closer and closer people look more and more light so I want to be clear there. Many routes up the mountain of awake the one that I know well is can is Buddhism Baden roots of Buddhism before it developed further in its Tibetan Chinese Zaman. Pure land streams. So that's the one I'm teaching and I am drawing on the voice of the Buddha as best we now coming to us from twenty five hundred years ago and his contemporaries and it's it's voice of awakening and it's also a voice of a penetrating and completely dareus sad secular psychological analysis of the mind. There's very little metaphysics. There's very little that supernatural In the original teachings of the Buddha it's very direct.
"hanson" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"So those of you who love music. I don't know if young people will object to what I'm about to say. But it is a stinging indictment of the world's musical tastes that drake now has every bit as many Billboard number ones as aretha Franklin and stevie wonder to not one one one. I don't think it makes me an old person that I find that that kind of offensive. That wrong Mike. You're our resident music snob around here. We'll get to greg. Cody is back in my day in a second. But does it bother you? In any way that popular music has put drake now with much work ahead of him in a place where aretha Franklin and Stevie wonder reside. They recently changed the the metrics on how you decide what the number one record in the country is taking streaming heavily into account which actually gives you a more accurate representation by the USA do it which was just at the mercy of program directors radio so terms of pop music. What does pop music? What is popular right now with popular kids drive? What's popular younger fan? So I'm fine with it. I actually think this that way more representative than how we did it. Back in the days of aretha being number one Geir Mo put it on the poll please at Lebatardshow. Are you offended? The Drake has as many billboard number ones now as aretha Franklin and stevie wonder I can't name one of Drake's number one songs not one of the twenty one. I can't name a single. Oh you've heard you've heard a lot of them no so you've got teenage girls for sure you've heard a ton of them. I'm positive that just because I have teenage girls doesn't mean I could tell you single saw that drake is ever so they might be listening to. They're not listening to it. Would me out of your mind? I believe him. I did not think was possible to be on her. Show with Greg Cody and have older musical opinions than is underestimated. The general incompetence of the mighty Stugatz Chris. People are hammering you via the Internet. They're beating you up for yesterday's take on jaws and now Stephen King has come out and said the great author he says Best Line in movie history a best line in movie history. He says you've got two choices. It's between We've all we'll always have Paris and we're going to need a bigger boat. He says which is a line from Jaws Stephen King the day after your take the jaws doesn't hold up the day after. I agreed with you that that Mechanical Shark looks ridiculous. In the modern age up people are just drilling you. As having the worst opinion they've ever heard of Chris have Steven.
"hanson" Discussed on The 8123 Podcast
"Has been fairly sidetracked by our global pandemic that we're experiencing. Maybe this one is upper houses and it's probably be making any peaches like this. I'm like well. We're we're we're in the process starting to write our next one. We're like how are we going to do this? And so I think later today we're GONNA try and do one of these and try and see if it goes any more seriousness. Creativity is is what we have. Now you know to figure out will be. I've been fairly You know people doing cool streams and stuff like that and. I haven't really done much when I'm going to be doing some stuff later this week and you know the idea that we can do it. We're doing right now and connecting is so nuts owns it. Such future future is think about one day. We'll call each other on video camera and then we'll look at our watches. They'll have a call. We'll Dick Tracy. Aguayo that happened. My daughter just said you know. Hey Siri and then she'd like ordered something from Amazon and she's nine attack that's wild so We're all living in the future. So well speaking of kids so. I just had my first baby one month ago. Actually thank you I. I was curious on how you guys daft to that part in your career. Because I'm the first first one to take the plunge into into that you know and it's something that we're like just now kind of figuring out. Do we divide the tours in half? Put a break in the middle or whatever. What was it a processor adjust You Know I. I can't say that there's a way that that works. I mean it goes back to definitely relationship with your partner with your wife or your your spouse You know I was super young and we just tried to not miss a beat and we'd just like Oh that's not a baby you know like we my wife and I. We were the first half kids on the road. And so our oldest. You know we just let it. We just tried to to be truthful. We kind of started with. Let's act as if this this is not. You know. We're not going to change your life where we're just. GonNa put him on her back and take him on the road and so might you know I just had I was only one married fairly quickly guys remarried but so I think our initial challenge was really just kind of making journal got for each other and I think you know best advice I would suggest that Israeli just instilling confidence in your partner that you know that they you know that you are there equally prioritizing what you do with your family on and I should say that shows how obsessed with what I do you know week says the first marriage is banned you know and now that just having that relationship trust Where you have to give each other a lot of trust to maintain it and then within a big line amick it kind of the way to like. You GotTa look at your guys like. Hey Hey I'm not leaving you. This is a baby this is A. We're still together. I mean it sounds like you guys know a band is very sort of like a marriage you know it is very deep in an air locks and.
"hanson" Discussed on The 8123 Podcast
"Friends and really cool. You do this and yeah obviously I mean for all of us right now. We're all spending a little more time sitting in front of the screen so it made your as well to make it happen. But I think it's red you guys are doing it and We we've always been really kind of Pro just direct content creation community cultivation. So I just think it's yet cool to hear what you guys haven't mind compensation for sure. Yeah you know I was. I was thinking before. We're GONNA do this and you know there's there's always like a couple of different paths in your career as a band. Where like you can go down one path or the or the other and For for us After our second record we were so sick of being on a major label and just wanting to rebel and make any album that we felt fit at the at the time and we turned it into the the label and they were like absolutely not. We'RE NOT GONNA put this out so we like thought for a year and a half to get the record out and heard to our fans. That was the moment where you know since. Then that's like ten or eleven years ago. Now we've we've done everything you know completely independently and it's just us in our heart manager. That are doing everything. We've now put out six records on our own and seems like you guys kind of had that same kind of thing happened where it's like you can either continue to fight against the machine or take things into your own hands you know. Yeah and I think it's awesome having this conversation because we absolutely exprienced very similar things and I I think Like so many situations not just for bands but for for life and then also just especially I think in entrepreneurial endeavors where you're building thing from ground up which is a band is your band is basically your your creative entrepreneur right..
"hanson" Discussed on The 8123 Podcast
"He has modified. Yeah you can. You can listen to fair park. S On spotify without even having a premium account. So if you dumb of APP free just free free to listen to your favorite podcasts. Free this one yes. They have every type of podcasts. You could want follow all your favorite podcast so you don't miss an episode. It'll just be in your feed premium users. Mike me me too. I download methods that way when I'm on a plane airplane or any shower in the car on a road trip. I haven't podcasts already downloaded I can listen to. You can share the episodes on your instagram. That's cool she's cool. This is what I'm listening to. You can send me something. Just click a button and go joe. This is a New York. Sweet as podcast. Yeah so if you haven't done so already dumb of the spotify APP and search for the Eighty-one Twenty-three podcast and follow us on the library. Tab and it'll it'll it'll be they're also make sure to follow us Never miss an episode do it. I'm GonNa do it all right. Mutual.
"hanson" Discussed on The 8123 Podcast
"Have Taylor Hanson Who's the singer of of Hanson thing? I think the main singer Yep Yeah my yeah my girlfriend called him the really honky one not used extremely Hunkin so this is the first episode. We've done with somebody that we didn't know. Yeah in we met over Zoom Zoom Chat. Yeah yeah I think kind of without knowing it. We both kind of done a lot of the same things as a band And you'll hear us into it and I think if you're a fan of our our band Hearing him talk is going to sound like one of us Because we agree a lot on how to go about things how we want to treat the fans and how we wanna make.
"hanson" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Worth money matters got Hanson playing I'd like to be part of the second lead to take your call and we appreciate taking calls just about anything financially related particular event has to do with retirement or I may be looking for a second opinion the most recommending some strategy or one if it makes sense or the pitching you some financial product and you're wondering she does that make sense to you by the way if you're talking you're talking a financial adviser and you're trying to solve a problem and they lead with the product run away yeah run away I mean understanding the the the problem is trying to be solved and coming up with a couple different solutions that should be the first step products are tools to fix problems yeah so anyway to join the program eight three three ninety nine worth and we are in Sacramento California talking with Mike Mike you with all words money matters hello John I might yes so three one is that the looking control the a bunch of retirement accounts and so I've got a simple IRA that has the the Pacific life portfolio group opposition growth and nobody yet and when I talked to the one one place the money as far as consolidated at the liquidator surrender the enemy with the first news in simple IRA that I haven't looked at or touching base thing going for for a decade or more so how long network which how long is this simple ones lesson you put money into the simple annuity it's been over ten years okay and were you self employed you work for small company that offered I'm self employed okay okay so what's your question for us so so he brought the issue of surrender costs and he said the vehicle like ten percent so that one percent surrender crosses doesn't make any sense to move at all I mean I can't I met did what's the name of the annuity for life yeah but what what is it like like the what's it called four holy opposition wrote a note look what portfolio optimization growth how could you go wrong exactly turn on a console person underperforming the market but obviously the the fees on or or more access to the just do you have so I'm sure try to understand if this is a variable annuity which we think it probably is yeah it is a variable annuity yeah okay so you have some other investment options within their you can make changes if you want it's not an equity index annuity that car it does it on you know I I have places in this I've been ignored for years right the scene some ups and downs in yes okay so it's probably a variable annuity and with my guess there's no surrender charge on it at this point time yeah the risk is minimal then does the all you can call I mean the the adviser that actually told you that that's what we did was kind of lazy I make is typically variable annuities typically have a surrender charge of seven maybe eight years and Pacific lives a big company fairly reputable company I'm at the they don't have a lot of garbage products that might they have some expensive products that have a lot of garbage products out there like some of these other insurance companies that and so their products are designed in such a way that they're not going to be fifteen years surrounded charger twenty year surrender charges like you might see from some equity index annuity so the fact that this is been around this long you haven't safely on your statement we'll tell you what the yeah how you is in even have to call here in my guess is my guess is there is no surrender charge on this he you're the adviser what who was right now the only small was this yes how much to them yeah the value of it yeah sixty seven thousand dollars so my guess is that that that that the adviser is just being lazy it's weird that just being lazy it was it in that was the big discount firm that you're talking to will start I will provide you look look you got to go find another adviser you start in with them yeah you start a relationship with that that right you should make a life by consulting on the guy said well give me the money but you do all the work and I'm going to throw out a car radio show I'm gonna spew some answers that may or may not be right by the way you could get if you if you have any of my advisors was sitting across a table from you and giving you advice and they answered like that I would go ballistic and by the way our advisors are supposed to listen to the and the reason is is because it's on your state when I try to pitch our from verses and I'll versus but you're not you're you're it's strange it sums arrange me when you go to someone's I'm trying to solve the it counts and there's a sixty seven that that's meaningful any account I don't have a six hundred box you know we'll work hard for money right it didn't I don't I'm assuming you didn't weren't born on third base and every dollar you Scott save you work hard and you save hard for those dollars and sixty seven thousand dollars is not a small account and it's important to you and it's important to retirement and the fact that he was just flip and said it's good might be to spike in cost up to ten percent which is by the way if I was a betting man I would say it cost you zero yeah I would too and all you gotta do is pick up there's an eight hundred number on there call the eight hundred number if it's not on your statement this and it should be on that statement it was a surrender value okay yeah any other questions for spike it was basically like them looking consolidate and that was the one thing that come from there is you know just in an equity index funds and the reason you have here's my guess is the reason you have this set up is will ever set up you have it in an annuity is whoever set up the simple IRA back in the day yes you are making yeah eight thousand dollars your deposits or whatever and the the challenges what ends up happening is the financial adviser says how may I get paid on something so small and they sell you a product that has a relatively high commission on that's right yeah and not know that I'm a more knowledgeable about yeah I know it's a fairly expensive propagate into yeah I mean there were times when the there were some they had some features that made some sense or did these guaranteed minimum income benefits back in the day but this probably doesn't have one of those on there but it it may it may have a guarantee of of of guaranteed income of eighty or ninety thousand dollars in your adviser should move it at all okay right do you know if there's any guaranteed benefits now I know it's yeah you've started a relationship with a with a firm that did that well don't blame the firm okay you start a relationship with the gentleman or lady that works at the firm that isn't is this in effect you pack and on this one yeah complex products out there they're all very complex it does you good point though this thing at the guaranteed minimum income benefit it may make sense for Mike to keep it and might might say well I want to consolidate it in the adviser would say well good for you you can consolidate if you want but if it has these guarantees on if you've already paid form it may make sense for you to continued on that's right and what happens there is the adviser will get paid on that because it's held outside their firm but who cares but you can't write but that's a discussion that the adviser should actually be having with you yeah and do the analysis you simply call on a radio show if you engage an adviser to ask these questions like although we appreciate the call I'm glad you call right yeah all righty it it it's it's really for a little bit of a departure on scene yes it's enough yeah it is it should have and I hope that advisers listening to the show thank you very much adviser the salesman is what it sounds like going to the doctor and saying my god for your physicals that hurts when I raise my arm and they say we can't deal with that without even running you do another expert although I would infer physical weeks ago and unfortunately the docks from there who is that I have this baby excel and right away you site okay the market like Amir for a physical body you have to talk about the fifth we did talk about it nice enough that we got around my medical my physical which I was there read on is it is easy I like the guy but like later on in the in the conversation will talk about your poor full you have a have a even given my about is what I want my help me deal there are those that are maybe when they're not but it but the thing about we will route will real against products sometimes on here and a lot of a new issue just bad products that's a lot of bad and a lot there are a few out there that are okay and some of the older ones maybe there's some I had a client years ago he he had a fixed anyway he was a retired teacher he bought this thing maybe it started in the seventies unit cell until someone has sold a total right but it had a guarantee on in my five percent you why would you get rid of that I said we're not getting rid of this it's a guaranteed five percent on your save money that's when you're most conservative money insurance company wants you to get rid of of course they don't losing money on but my guess makes no sense to get rid of this at this point yes what you leave what's the best choice then probably not but it turned out okay he would make more money if it was something else over there but the fact is at this stage in his life we said let's keep this in place well we'll manage around it but will use this as a a good bond equivalent it's five percent many people would love to have that is the fact is there are sometimes even we hear it you hear us talking about or same thing with life insurance products we're not a big fan of whole life universal life but there are times when we see these products the people had ordered that makes sense to keep order some of these newer asset based long term care life insurance policies may it makes sense especially if they could cover to people and you have liquid cash just understand what you're buying the problem is most people can't tell good from bad so we say the new these are in general bad stay away from home but when you go in for a financial adviser and you've got some some things that you sold at a very minimum the the I mean there are times when someone bag some all come in they they bought some non traded read years ago we can't can we know nothing about the thing we can't find the price on it because there's no market there's nothing in the prospectus that will tell us the price there's nothing there but on the on in any kind of a new city you know what the surrender charges you can say it had this stop in a radio so I would have actually gone to the Google and look at our Google and what if the line well it's not hard to get a hold of the car company happy there anyway all right contact number eight three three ninety nine worth to be part of our program and we're talking with Steven northern California Steve you're with all worth money matters I'm good morning guys yeah hi my question my question is involves the use of five twenty nine college education programs okay my wife and I are in our late sixties when we have a new one year old granddaughter and we would like to sponsor of five twenty nine former and make a regular contributions to it in some form and we agree on how this works out I've gone on to my bank and I've gone to a couple of my account and and you know it's pretty confusing I was hoping that maybe you guys could give guidance towards properly navigate the the.
"hanson" Discussed on How Did This Get Played?
"Ooh so i was friends with somebody who worked at tips and tricks and they got a review copy of thrill. Oh kill which was a playstation one game. Oh yes hold right before it was public. Remember this and it was a fighting game with like sexual violence in it. Mike oh i think about that game and like i think like the rom has been leaked since man but it was like re- it was like one of those like oh we're so oh crazy and we're so vulgar on purpose oh yeah like like a prostitute yeah dominatrix rape and like a it dude in a head knives for hands and there was a lot of fatalities race that i guess. I didn't really have a story there but you got to play it. That's the story. I got to play. Eh there was definitely an era. I feel like in fighting games where they were the other one. I remember was it time killers. We may have discussed time killers in the pod before but yeah there were but there was a time when it was just like after mortal kombat originals like oh who can make the most violent one of these and that's what you were eternal champions. That was the one that somebody sand seen fatalities ladies <hes> <hes> yeah that was a man that one felt really adult like i didn't let my parents watch me play eternal champion. No i'm seriously it was really really. Graphic is playing video fucking loser <hes> we ended up with questions on our social media at h._d. T. g. pod at h. T. t. g. p. pod over there. It's hard to say i'm sorry. It's okay it's okay h._d. T. g. p. pod nice hit us up on our social media. If you have anything for the question block doc or in general you wanna you wanna suggest a game. We're happy to hear him <hes> and <hes> and <hes> hey. I guess that'll do it for our techno. Cop episode aaron hanson. Thank you for joining us. Thanks for having. I mean well. What would you like to plug it this time plug. Oh i don't know what's it more of this podcast. It's a great podcast yours. Oh they're already listening listening oh but like they should do more though they could be doing better. It's going to be over and there's more episodes. You could be watching. Thanks man. I dunno game grabs youtube dot com games. Go check that out. Hey.
"hanson" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Hanson maths, Felicity Huffman, and Laurie Laughlin face the music and a judge in federal court in Boston. A mainstay trooper killed when a truck loses its wheel on the highway leaves behind a wife and baby. Boy, we also learned that trooper Ben Campbell is a native son of easthampton, Massachusetts. The Trump administration tonight is facing yet another lawsuit this time from six days and the district of Columbia. Why? School lunch is at the heart of this one the administration lowered the nutritional standards for the nation's school lunches the suit claims the USDA weakened children's nutrition standards in school lunches and ignored input from congress in the public in two thousand seventeen the Trump administration rolled back Obama era rules aiming to increase grains, fruits and lean protein while cutting sugar fat and sodium the suit says low income and minority children are disproportionately affected by the school lunch changes that is CBS's Steve Dorsey in Washington and last year, an estimated thirty million children were part of the USDA school lunch program. It provides low cost and free lunches and breakfasts in public schools. Today's students across the nation took part in kick butts day, this is about not smoking tobacco and e cigarettes and here in Massachusetts more than two hundred teen. Marched across the Boston common to the state house. That's where health and Human Services Secretary, Mary Lou Sutter's spoke about anti tobacco efforts. The good news. New data from Morgan Stanley shows. Fewer Americans are smoking smokes figures out today show that cigarette sales fell a percent in February and another nine percent in March the twentieth. Drop in a row. Electronic smokes are not necessarily any healthier for you. As we've been learning. Lisa Carter tonight with new concerns about vaping the food and Drug administration is investigating reports of people suffering seizures after vaping the FDA announcing Wednesday they've received thirty five reports of mainly kids and young adults who had a seizure while using an e cigarette between twenty ten at early this year. The agency ads is unclear if the use of e cigarettes can be linked to the seizures saying it doesn't have enough detail to sabotage a clear pattern or cause for these incidents. The FDA is also figuring out how to regulate the use of the non intoxicating cannabis derived compound known as CBD in consumer products. A public hearing is scheduled for next month to talk about how to develop a regulatory framework for this oversight FDA Commissioner. Dr Scott Gottlieb said in a statement that it's important to build quote lawful pathways by which approach create products containing cannabis or cannabis derived compounds can be Mark. Fitted and made more predictable and deficient Gottlieb says there are still a lot of questions about the safety of CBD products. And that it's important to get answers to those questions in order to help the FDA figure out the best way to regulate them. Well, speaking of cannabis infused products one Boston chef is trying to create an extra chill experience. David Yussef zodda of cloud creamery is proposing making marijuana infused ice cream for hospitals and medical marijuana. Dispensaries?.
"hanson" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Welcome back to Hanson mcclain's money matters, Scott Hanson here. Pat McClain glad you're with us as we're talking financial stuff. Yeah. Welcome back to the second half. And if you missed the first half and have to go back and listen to the podcast and our podcast listener ship, by the way grows each and every. Week. We we think that's what the they tell us tell us. That's what the stats. Tillerson indicates if you don't get it through podcast yet. And you listen to podcasts. I and if you don't listen to podcasts, by the way. We all have we all listened to our first Pat podcasts at one point in time. Probably within the last five years. Yes. Or are relatively new to the podcast thing. Yes. And if you yet to listen to a podcast, we have a little video tutorial on our website that teaches you how do you actually set up the podcast? And that's I do my actually my my kids. That's all get in the car. That's all they listen to his podcast or podcast. I listen to some of my daughter. I drove my daughter back the holidays. Okay. Over the two she lives in Denver. But she got herself a dog. Okay. Graduate school now. Okay. What kind of dog? Is it a big dog? She said, it's a lab mix. It's a giant pit bull is this duck. But yes, big done. Okay. So she can't fly with this. Right. So she I drove her both ways I flew out to Denver to get my twenty two year old daughter. You're twenty three you're highly practical, Scott, I've known you for years, and you're one of the most practical people practice with me to fly to Denver. Have my daughter picked me up at the airport and getting their car and drive sixteen hours. I don't think it's practical that your daughter has a dog in grad school. I didn't have any choice. Didn't get the dog. She gets an I found after the matter. What am I gonna do? You've got kids that are young adults. Yeah. Drive. My wife cried when she got the dog. Did she really baby you realize if we're going to see your daughter? Dogan? That's the way it goes. Listen to this radio show where she find out that you mentioned that on the air. I'm not going to mention the fact that when the dog was over something happened to detail, and it was bleeding the tail, but it's super healthy dog tail. Stop. This is a financial talk show. Okay. We're gonna take some sticks of call said show. We listen to number podcast in between. For some reason. She's got an into hip hop. I don't mind, John, rob, the style of the music. Some of the lyrics. Oh, yeah. They swear not just a little it's gratuitous. How do you really want to fill your brain with this stuff? It's gratuitous. I don't get it. Totally. It's silly. Frankly, it's like does that make you because you get to use these words in in rhyme? Does that make you a lot of these words you can't you you couldn't play him on the radio? I couldn't say I couldn't actually state them. I don't know if you can sing along McKinney. You can. The word that I can't even. Yeah. That anyway, why did we are talking about podcast, and that's how we've? That's frustrated. My daughter puts me sixteen hours. The listening to rap music on the way in Denver. That sounds like an incredible Christmas every every other word gratuitous, and I'm just trying to be a good dad is not telling how to live her life. So I left her in Reno. Great city for work. Out. Well, foreign radio. Young woman doing something. I said to her daughter. There's nothing wrong with taking a bus from Reno to Denver where you live. It's the window C to America. All right. Let's the get the golf your one triple eight. We find ourselves entertaining. That's the point on triple eight to Hanson is the number here. One AAA two H A N S O N we are in the bay area. Talking with Dirk Durkee with hansonmcclain. Hey, thank you for taking.
"hanson" Discussed on WCBS-FM 101.1
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"hanson" Discussed on MIX 104.1
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